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a fatal flaw. >> we'll begin with the developing story the entire world is monitoring, the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans killed in an attack on the u.s. consequence lawsuit in benghazi. good evening. i'm -- consulate in benghazi. good evening. i'm brian bolter. >> i'm shawn yancey. ambassador chris stevens and three others were killed in that attack. the big question? was it planned in time for the 9/11 anniversary. two warships are moving to the libyan coast. >> fox 5's bob barnard begins our coverage tonight. >> chris stevens is the first u.s. ambassador to be killed on the job in more than 30 years and more than likely not coincidently on the anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. two other americans killed in libya last night still have not been identified. the deadly attack in northern africa is being condemned in the libyan capital and here in washington. they came together on the street in front of the white house, its flag at half staff, dozens of muslim americans, many of libyan heritage, upset over the killing of the u.s. ambassador and three ot
crowds rioting over an anti-muslim film and we're learning more about the attack that killed a u.s. ambassador and three other americans. is that now there are cameras set up to -- >> now there are cameras set up to keep tabs on speed cameras in prince george's county, 10 guesses why. >>> we'll begin with the mist of a murder surrounding a -- mystery of a murder surrounding a prince george's county student. good evening. i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. someone gunned down marckel ross. so far there are no suspects or motives. fox 5's audrey barnes is back from the school with the latest. >> about a half dozen prince george's county police detectives and officials gathered in the auditorium to answer questions about the case. they also announced a $25,000 reward for information that helps them catch the killer. >> we have the police department working around the case. >> detectives don't have a lot to go on. they don't know if marckel ross was targeted and they're throwing of available resource at the case to find out. >> it's going to be that smallest tip that's going to
in d.c. >> tonight lawmakers put the spotlight on johnson at the value voters summit. fox 5's maureen umeh with the story. >> certainly a big night for leo johnson who said he was just doing his job nearly one month ago. johnson's struggle with the gunman likely prevented more bloodshed, but johnson was not the only hero honored the values voters summit tonight. two other men played vital roles the day of the shooting. charles foster was with johnson when floyd lee corkins entered the council. the third man honored is officer rein burton, one of the first -- randy burton, but first officers to respond to foster's call. tonight the 3 men received a standing ovation from hundreds of lawmakers in the audience as they send their awards. we spoke to -- accepted their awards. we spoke to leo johnson afterwards. >> it really made me feel good. i'm not real comfortable with the whole hero thing, but again i understand how big this was and i can live with it for a little while. >> johnson was shot in the arm as you saw the slipping there during last month's scuffle. he says he's healing well
two months. fox 5's karen gray houston is live with more. >> reporter: the streets here along rhode island avenue northwest are bone dry now which may seem deceiving to some members of this community, but there are some trucks and bulldozers out here just in case we get bad weather tonight. for now the flooding may be gone, but there are still some wet basements. the hard work for now, disinfecting and cleaning up the mess. >> the level of water was up to here. it was close to 4 feet of water. >> reporter: michael thomas has lived on two floors at his house on u street for four years. he tookous a tour of his basement and says -- took us on a tour of his basement and said this is the worst he's ever seen. >> this is actually the third time it flooded in the last six weeks. >> reporter: he says just about everything that was not bolted to the floor was floating around. d. >> the pressure was so, so great that it punctured a hole in the wall. >> reporter: oh, my. back in the kitchen even the refrigerator flipped over. >> that's the way i found it. >> reporter: he uses this space a
two. there has been a big change. today on where the last night is going to be held. fox 5's tom fitzgerald is following this. the big outdoor stadium speech is coming inside. >> earlier today, thunder and lightning forecasts for the charlotte area. convention officials have decided they were canceling their plans to have president obama accept the democratic nomination outside at the nfl stadium of the carolina panthers. instead, he is going to deliver that speech in the 20,000 seat time warner arena where that convention is now being held. tonight, right now, democrats are turning their focus to healthcare and women's issues. leading the pack this evening was maryland senator. spoke about how the president's healthcare reforms have affected women's birth control issues, cancer screening, and other health concern. veteran cares issues were highlighted by a vietnam veteran, care he received 40 years ago compared to what the oma administration is promising for today's generation. >> we know every issue is a woman's issue. and equal pay for equal work is an all american issue. >>
the car is chilling. fox 5's matt ackland is working this one now. >> police say they found what some refer to as a rape kit inside his car, a loaded handgun, ammunition, handcuffs, zip ties, a black ski mask and several boxes of condoms. montgomery county police want you to get a good look at nathan portnoy's picture. they say he was involved in the three month online relationship with a 12-year-old who apparently told him she was an adult. police want to know if had he any contact with other children. >> there's always that potential and that's why we're releasing this story, his picture and many details of this investigation. >> authorities say the online relationship turned into a face to face meeting last friday. the two met in bethesda and played soccer. fortunately a family member saw the two together. >> the family member saw her getting into his car and they followed, were able to contact her using her cell phone and she exited the vehicle at a safe time. >> family members told miss they continued to pursue portnoy until -- police they continued to pursue portnoy until he did
different genries came out to make presentation mys. the book fest is back on tomorrow, noon to 5:30 that is rain or shine. >>> millions grab their pints, yes, to celebrate the world's biggest beer festival. we will tell you about the kickoff to the 179thu! kick offo >>> today, the mayor tapped the first keg to kick off the 179th october-fest. sixç million people are expect to travel to the famous beer garden. officials say last year, visitors drank two million two-pint mugs of beer. octoberfest runs through october 7th.ç >>> picture perfect day for the blue bird blues festival. it had had fun activities for all ages, and jim and tracy helping tov: emcee the event. that was hosted by st. george's community college, and nbc 4 was a proud sponsor. >>> ugly green allergy is at the reflection pool. is trying to determine what to do about it. an overall was completed a month ago. it tanks river water instead of city drinking wall, it is supposed to filter it to keep it clean. the park is fine tuniég the system to fix the algee problem. >>> hate to see $34 million spent to grow al
on the murder that has rocked the normally quiet neighborhood. fox 5's karen gray houston has the developments. >> this brazen killing defies explanation. why would anyone barge into a private home and shoot and kill a 17-year-old girl? police told concerned residents tonight in kettering they are taking this case very seriously, but they also need help from the community to solve the crime. residents packed into the kettering community center. there was standing room only. the people want answers. >> this is the first time we had something like this happen so close to us and i would appreciate it if they're able to find out who did this. >> reporter: hosting the meeting prince george's county police said an entire squad is dedicated to the case. the fbi has assigned a crime analyst. investigators are getting tips daily. don't have a composite sketch of a suspect, but say they are still looking for a motive. >> as of this date right now we do not have an exact suspect description that we can share with you. >> we've spoken to students at amber's high school charles flowers and spoken to stude
in the bloomingdale neighborhood in northwest. fox 5's karen gray houston is live with the story. it looks like the floodwaters that were behind you have receded, but not too long ago we were told cars were floating down the street. >> reporter: right. can you believe it? we were on rhode island avenue between first and second streets and the water has receded. it looks nothing like it did even a few minutes ago. earlier this street was blocked off entirely. the fire department sent units out that had to rescue several people trapped in and on top of their cars. the flooding here in the bloomingdale area happened in what seemed like just an instant. the water started rising high enough to lift cars up onto the median on rhode island avenue. the red toyota hybrid you're seeing belongs to a young woman who was eating out with friends at the boundary cafe. she got that car for christmas, by the way, last year and now it sees as if it's a otal loss -- seems as if it's a total loss. >> i'm just frustrated because we were not expecting this at all, just out to dinner. >> reporter: so much for going
and to remember. fox 5's tom fitzgerald has the story. >> on a stretch of land just next to the pentagon sit 183 benches, clearing 183 names for each of the victims that died here on 9/11. >> i don't know. it's just a wonderful place to sit and reflect. >> marlene and don of iowa had a brother-in-law who worked in the pentagon. he wasn't here on 9/11, but they know others weren't so lucky. >> we see the importance of it that we do honor all the people that died in the crash. >> these benches are layed out in the order of the victims ages. julian was in high school on 9/11 and spent much of the last ten years in the u.s. army. >> it was a catalyst to the things that inevitably happened after i joined the military. so i deployed to iraq and support of operation iraqy freedom. so yes, i think i probably be a different person and probably not be standing talking to you today. >> memorials tend to be places that are timeless, but it's been four years now since the pentagon memorial is dedicated and you can trace the passages of those years, especially many trees that were planted here. >> for
. fox 5's matt ackland spoke with the reverend at the church who was there when it happened. >> reverend sarah beth goodwin says this is the first time something like this has happened in her church, a place known for peace and generosity. she was there as the crime was carried out. even a gun was pointed in her face. you'll remember this video was taken as the victim walked into the church saturday. the suspect comes in right behind him. police say once inside the victim was ordered to the ground, his iphone, cash and other personal property taken. we spoke to reverend goodwin earlier tonight about the robbery. she says she'll speak with her church community this sunday about it. >> we've been lucky. up till now we have not had any kind of an assault like this before. so we'll just talk about it honestly and we will probably be a little bit more vigilant in watching for each other. >> here is surveillance video of the man leaving st. stephen church. he was wearing a mask most of the time. so police understand why it has been so difficult to identify the suspect. coming up at 11:00 we'll
great in the early 2000s. they have gotten better at that. they need one in a big way right now. >> gus: first down and ten at the 19. for josh nunes and the stanford offense. taylor is back with mark dawson getting into the backfield. >> charles: watch how this possession goes. usc gets an opportunity to stack up the ball carrier. second man, third man in, they're all raking in the football, trying to knock it free and create a big play. >> gus: lane kiffin. right now stanford giving them a run. up by seven. second down and nine. play fake, nunes rolling out. over the middle. ertz again, first down cardinals. they said this kid was unflappable. they said he knew how to make all the right decisions and forget about mistakes. and he has done that. >> charles: thrown a couple interceptions tonight but david shaw told us he thinks this kid has grown up tonight. why is he telling us that? because he has a seven-point lead in his own territory, second and long, boots him out of the pocket and a chance to throw the football and pick up a first down. they are not tucking it in totally against
the people that he has on the take: vice, d.a.s, nypd white shirts. - that's good, sweetheart. - it's stuck on something. - get down. you'll hurt yourself. - i loved carissa too. but perhaps work would take your mind off of your grief. - shiva, barry, means seven days. i've been at it for four. i got it. son of a bitch. [cell phone ringing] - let that go to voicemail. carissa. - right. carissa. look, she calls me that night. okay? she's hysterical. she says that you were inappropriate with her. frankly, right now, i kind of see how she got that impression. - she lied. i never touched her. - well, then, you missed out, m'ijo. she had a real thing for cops. - did you tell ganzel what she said? - it never came up. but after, carissa-- she calls ganzel on his private cell, right? i don't even have that number. and after that, ganzel tells me he's worried about her. says that she sounded a little jinky. - is that when ganzel told you to keep an eye on her? follow her? - what? what are you saying? what-- what, you think i killed her? - it wasn't cragen. - 'course it wasn't cragen. cragen got set
they ever beat a ranked moment. welcome in georgia in their first s.e.c. game. a seven-yard touchdown, tying up the game. they will convert it. mack ig the score, 21-21. i didn't mean to cut you off by see that, old man hunkle was not made by one of his plays it was tight, but he said it. >> he will he didn't have a chance to show it. >> right. >> georgia came in there. it with a tight football season. week after week. you're going to get tested. persevere. wanted to finish and go home. >> you know what's weird the s.e.c. games they had series leeds. >> i thought what you said earlier this week is missouri. you make the oakmont, if you get past comment. who else could you wake up in the service. coming up on fox your local news except on the west coast and how about big boy football. starting tomorrow, the built ford tough fox nfl sunday pregame show. football is back and our guys have all the action including the number one rookie quarterback. plus, we've got the week one game plan from titletown's final. don't miss the kick-off torn at noon even, 9:00 pacific. highlighted by the game of th
to mid-50s up to the north and west. 52 in frederick, maryland. 56 in fredericksburg, 59 with the rainshowers in charlottesville. can you see on storm 4 doppler, just to the east of downtown charlottesville. and drifts eastbound. you folks in stafford and responsible ilvein ya, be on the lookout for a couple raindrops. a couple showers on the southwest sides of pittsburgh. those are coming south eastbound headed for far western maryland. there will be an opportunity for a raindrop or two on sunday. if you have outdoor plans tomorrow, do not cancel them just yet. any rain we get tomorrow will be short lived and widely scattered. we'll talk about how nice tomorrow will be and what about the workweek coming up? >> a break from campaign events today for president obama and mitt romney. both candidates are preparing for their first debate tonight at the university of denver. the candidates will debate domestic policy issues. more than 50 million people are expected to tune in many brian mooar is following the candidate's running mates on the campaign trail today. >> day's befo
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[slap] do it. >>> tonight on "rock center with brian williams," they pledged their lives to the u.s. military. >> i gave the marine corps everything. >> but were betrayed by comrades and commanders. natalie morales reports on the epidemic of sexual assault in the ranks. >> how many of you were ped while you were serving your country? how many of your assailants served prison time for your rape? >>> also, it's a provocative new approach to education called grit, meant to give kids just that. >> it's really about how do you get kids actually to not only experience failure but recognize that those hard moments are the keys to future success. >> i would say i don't trust anyone who hasn't failed. >> right, right. >>> and kate snow reports on a man who learned his quirks were much more than just odd behavior. >> i would silently freak out. >> and turn to a very unlikely teacher for help. >> i have been in therapy now for 16 years. >> you have literally studied howard stern? >> yeah. >>> plus one big secret of jon stewart's success on "the daily show." >>> and how the fifty shades novels
, huh? you with your big fat casio '80s brick phone. - yeah. [cell phone rings] it's my brother. benjamin, what's up? - where have you been? - what's going on? what's the matter? - i've been calling. where are you? - she's sending photos. - we, uh, went out, had a few. we're on our way back to base. what's going on? what's wrong? - listen to me very, very carefully. - look at that. - shh, shh, shh. - it's all gonna turn off. - what? - it's gonna turn off, and it will never, ever turn back on. - what's gonna turn off? what are you talking about? - everything. everything's gonna turn off. [call cutting out] - ben? did i lose you? - no, no, no. - miles. [electricity crackling] [tires screech] [danny cries] - what the hell is going on? [woman shouts distantly] [distant shouts] [distant screams] ♪ do you remember ♪ the many subs of september? ♪ ♪ five, five, five [ male announcer ] it's subway's birthday and everyone's celebrating. 'cause many of your faves are now $5 footlongs™. even italian b.m.t®, oven roasted chicken, black forest ham and more, september only. join the
. fox5's john henrehan shows us. >> reporter: there was so much damage on south shore road from the saturday's storm -- >> our biggest issue was to search the homes and make sure nobody was trapped ored in the homes. >> reporter: luckily, no serious injuries. but the storm was frightening. susan hill was on the phone with her son in ashburn, who reported heavy rain there. >> probably 30 seconds later the wind kicked up so badly, it was very frightening. i raced to the basement hollering for the dog to follow and got downstairs and i didn't even hear the tree hit. everything was so loud. >> reporter: how long did it last? >> couldn't have lasted more than a minute. >> reporter: that was long enough to topple a tree which crushed the carport. up the street -- >> so close in the house, it was leaking in. we have water damage inside. >> reporter: randy is the luckiest or unluckiest guy in the neighborhood. his home was damaged in the derecho storm this summer, and suffered more damage on saturday, and his pickup truck was crushed by a tree. but he was so enthralled by the squall, he
heroic actions during the summer's derecho storm. fox 5's laura evans has the top story tonight. >> this was the same guy who made news on june 29th during the derecho for performing cpr on a man in falls church hit by electric wires that came down in the storm. many called him a hero. now prosecutors argue he's a sexual predator, but today his defense attorney insisted the prosecutors got it wrong. it was around dinner time august 24th. police say nathan portnoy kidnapped a 12-year-old girl outside her bethesda neighborhood. according to court document, portnoy pointed a gun at the girl's sister and boyfriend chasing him. it may sound like an open and shut case, but portnoy's defense attorney says there is much more to this story. >> this is a great guy. >> reporter: portnoy was described in court as a-month- old citizen. he works as a -- model citizen. works as a lab assistant at walter reed and takes care of his mother who has cancer. at a bond hearing dozens showed up to support portnoy. kemp, his attorney, said the two met on a social networking site. the girl told him he
menu, so you're smart, right? nah, i got nothing. smart man. two 7s. oh, oh, ho! oh, wow. the fox strikes again! the fox strikes again! he's always striking! [ male announcer ] the simple joy of being smart. >> al: this coming saturday, a great rivalry in prime time. michigan against the fighting irish who, last night knocked off michigan state. notre dame d live in prime time saturday 7:30 eastern only on nbc. the bay bridge. cantilever portion from treasure island and over to the east bay and now at candlestick where, once again, for the 4,000th time in the history of this stadium, the wind blows the football off the tee. >> cris: you're so used to seeing the bill walsh and joe montana and eve young offensive juggernaut kind of teams. this team looks more like the baltimore ravens or the pittsburgh steelers. they are going to the win with this defense and you can see why. >> al: and they hope enough offense, as the kickoff by hanson is taken four yards in. kendall hunter is going to come away with it. and he gets bumped down at the 15 yard line. 3:33 left in the third. san franc
. it remains the bloodiest single day in u.s. military history. two days after the battle was over, photographer alexander gardner captured the first photos that americans had ever seen of their war dead. and people were appalled by what they saw. to mark this anniversary, another photographer, richard barnes went back to the battlefield and used a similar camera. we went along this time, joining him and thousand of re-enactors who gathered at the antietam battlefield outside sharpsville, maryland. >> that way. that way. that way. >> lincoln need to look right at me and hold absolutely still. >> as you can see this camera looks different than the digital camera you are familiar with. one, 1,000,000. >> my name is richard barns, i am a photographer, photographing battlefield. the difficulty foe y photograph faced during the war, they would have been dead if they had been on the field. their exposures were very long. 12 second. got to hold still for 12 second. when i say now. the important thing to remember about antietam, is 23,000 dead, wounded, or missing. confirmed 8,000 dead. ne
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, oh, man! 's like she smothers them with love. - sounds...good. - you'll get a lot of steaks out of this guy. burly son of a bitch. how'd you bring him down? - crossbow. - and i suppose he got this buckshot from a bar fight? - listen, i don't know what you think that i-- - sir. are you familiar with the baltimore act? "it shall be unlawful for any citizen of the monroe republic to buy, sell, own, or transport any firearm." except loyal militia of course. now the penalty for this... is death. so i'm gonna only ask you once. is there something you'd like to share? thank you. search the house. - hey, hey, that's all i got. - and you're just a beacon of trust. easy, son. easy, easy, easy, easy. just take it easy there. let me see. let me see. let me see. open up. - sir. - burn it. burn everything! - [screams] - sergeant strausser. what do you think you're doing? - [moaning] - i was interrogating the suspect, sir. - not like this. we're not animals. sir, are you all right? i'm sebastian monroe. president of the republic and general of its militia. - i know who you are. - look, i am so
bobbi as his wife samantha. >> to survive i became samantha. >> who was samantha sdmeel. >> s-- samantha deal? >> she was lonely, hurt. and trying to make it day by day, minute to minute. >> when you would approach another human being, did you want to just shout out, i'm being held against my will, get me out of here? >> i became fearful if i did something that was not approved. the revenge of dial was great. >> dial seemed ever more confident. in 1997 after three years on the lam, he started a pottery company called terra cotta gardens. >> dial advertised it on the radio, did an interview on the radio. >> unbelievably, the attention led to an invitation for the fugitive killer to speak at a women's luncheon at a local country club. >> near and dear to my heart -- >> where were you while he was out front entertaining the ladies who lunch? >> i was back at the trailer tied up. >> from there, dial and bobbi went to work on an industrial chicken farm owned by debra grace. she never doubted they were married, but she could see dial was abusive. >> he was like, i can beat her. she's my wife,
here. >> al: there it is. johnny unitas back in the '50s. 47 straight games. brees today makes it 46. favre had a 36 game streak. brady tonight with that touchdown pass, 35. the equipment valent of tom's c three seasons plus two games. that was a beautifully manipulated drive with 81 yards on nine plays, one rush and a big one for a first down. eight pass plays and brady, already, tonight, thrown for 214 yards. i just want to make sure this is not a long return and pitta has to reach up and haul it in. to the 24 yard line. that ends the half with new england on top by a score of 20-14. coming up next, the toyota halftime show after these messages from your local station. . in the people, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job training, working with an anacostia school that promotes academic excellence, or supporting an organization that serves 5,000 meals a day across d.c., what's important to the people of greater washington is important to us, and we're proud to work with all those wh
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